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re·charge • v. / rēˈchärj/ [tr.] restore an electric charge to (a battery or a battery-operated device) by connecting it to a device that draws power from another source of electricity: he plugged his razor in to recharge it. ∎  [intr.] (of a battery or battery-operated device) be refilled with electrical power in such a way: the drill takes about three hours to recharge. ∎  refill (a container, lake, or aquifer) with water. ∎  [intr.] be refilled: the rate at which the aquifer recharges naturally. ∎  [intr.] fig. (of a person) return to a normal state of mind or strength after a period of physical or mental exertion: she needs a bit of time to recharge after giving so much of herself this morning. • n. / ˈrēchärj/ the replenishment of an aquifer by the absorption of water. PHRASES: recharge one's batteries regain one's strength and energy by resting and relaxing for a time.DERIVATIVES: re·charge·a·ble adj. re·charg·er n.

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recharge
1. The downward movement of water from the soil to the water-table.

2. The volume of water that is added to the total amount of groundwater in storage in a given period of time.

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recharge

recharge
1. The downward movement of water from the soil to the water-table.

2. The volume of water added to the total amount of groundwater in storage in a given period of time.

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